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Dr. Dipali Patel

Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics

Gynaecologist, Pune

23 Years Experience  ·  300 at clinic
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Dr. Dipali Patel is a trusted Gynaecologist in Nagar Road, Pune. She has been a successful Gynaecologist for the last 23 years. She studied and completed Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics . You can meet Dr. Dipali Patel personally at Dr Bhakare Hospital in Nagar Road, Pune. Book an appointment online with Dr. Dipali Patel on Lybrate.com.

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Diploma in Gynaecology and Obstetrics - Gujarat University - 1995
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English
Hindi

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Dr Bhakare Hospital

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300 at clinic
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Pregnancy m 9 months tak period ni aate kya. Aate h ya ni aate. Please tell me sir.

DNB - Neurology, MBBS,MD(medicine)
General Physician, Delhi
Pregnancy m 9 months tak period ni aate kya. Aate h ya ni aate. Please tell me sir.
Hi that's true during pregnancy you will not get any periods, only after you give birth to the baby, you will start your normal menstrual cycle.
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Master of Hospital Administration, DTM&H, MBBS
General Physician, Kolkata
Health Tip
  • Specially for child always go outside with chappal and not to put hand in the mouth agter dragging from the soil.
  • Age old man should restrict exercise as prohibited for osteo arthritis and cardiac patient.
  • Always take rest for a while after a big job physical or mental strain.

My friend got pregnant 3 weeks she have taken unwanted kit it's save money how tuse it.

DNB, DGO, MBBS
Gynaecologist, Faridabad
My friend got pregnant 3 weeks she have taken unwanted kit it's save money how tuse it.
Day 1: Take 1 Mifepristone tablet by mouth. 1. 24 to 48 hours after taking Mifepristone: Take 2 Misoprostol tablets buccally (hold pills in buccal area in the cheek to diffuse through the oral mucosa (tissues which line the mouth) and enter directly into the bloodstream). 2. Most women will pass the pregnancy within 2 to 24 hours after taking the tablets. 3. Misoprostol may not work if taken sooner than 24 hour or after 48 hours.
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Him I have painful sex intercourse, suffering from white discharge, dryness, inching. Instead of that sometimes I have lower stomach and back pain. Feeling sleepy and weaknesses. please consult.

MD-Ayurveda, Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine & Surgery (BAMS)
Sexologist, Dehradun
hello- When the vagina isn't properly lubricated it can feel itchy and irritated, making most daily activities uncomfortable and sexual intercourse less than pleasurable. The condition can affect women of all ages. Helpful Tips: Occasional vaginal dryness during intercourse may mean that you aren't sufficiently aroused Make time to be intimate with your partner and allow your body to become adequately aroused and lubricated. It may help to talk with your partner about what feels good. Having intercourse regularly also may help promote better vaginal lubrication. Avoid certain products Though you may be willing to try just about anything to relieve your discomfort, avoid using the following products to treat vaginal dryness, as they may irritate your vagina: Vinegar, yogurt or other douches Hand lotions Soaps Bubble bath Stay hydrated This may seem obvious, but if you’re chronically dehydrated, your body is going to have a hard time staying lubricated. Remember that all caffeinated and alcoholic beverages can dehydrate you, too. So, drink plenty of water whenever possible. Eat a balanced diet Eating a well-balanced diet, including an appropriate amount of healthy fats, will support your overall health and make sure your body is making as much estrogen as it can. Also be sure to eliminate simple sugars and food sensitivities. Increase soy isoflavones in your diet Many women respond very well to daily intake of whole soy foods, which are high in isoflavones and lignans known to be helpful for vaginal dryness. While soy and flaxseed contain some of the highest levels of phytonutrients helpful for vaginal dryness, there are many other foods that contain phytoestrogens which, by mimicking the body’s natural estrogens, serve as a buffer when levels fluctuate. Adding these foods to your diet could give you the extra little hormone boost you need
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I have done protected sex with my boyfriend on 21st june and check condoms after having sex and found that they were intact. But we did unprotected anal. And I have taken i-pill after 16 hours. My period date on previous month was 3.5.16. But on this month its has been 3 days of my date but I am not bleeding. Though my periods are quite regular. Is there any chance of pregnancy? Please advise. I am just freaking out.

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fellowship in Infertility (IVF Specialist)
Gynaecologist, Aurangabad
I have done protected sex with my boyfriend on 21st june and check condoms after having sex and found that they were ...
Hi lybrate user, if you have regular periods and not seen periods in june and july then it could be pregnancy. Please get urine pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy.
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Today on 1 Aug My periods date is 1st august. And we are planning for a baby Today afternoon I saw some Brown discharge This is a implementation bleeding or sign of menstruation.

BAMS, MD, Panchakrma
Ayurveda, Nashik
Today on 1 Aug My periods date is 1st august.
And we are planning for a baby
Today afternoon I saw some Brown dischar...
1) Sexual intercourse - from day 10 to day 18 of your period. 2) Do not use any lubricants. 3) Sexual intercourse should be in supine position only. 4) Take pillow below buttocks keep that for min.30 minutes after sexual intercourse. 5) Do not eat heavy food in that day for more consult online privately
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I'm 25 years old woman I'm suffering from pcos but tsh, lh, prolactin levels r normal we r planning for 2nd child pls give suggestion.

BHMS
Homeopath, Gulbarga
Dear patient, irregular menses, pcod are because of hormonal imbalance. You can now safely use homeopathic medicines to get rid of pcod or irregular menses. You need" mensoreg" syrup with" mensoreg" medicine to get rid of pcod or irregular menses. This can also be successfully used to painful menses.
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